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Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth A91 K584, Ireland (Faulkner Building)
Prizes given to:
Competitors must be pre-entered. The registration is via www.sportdata.org
Closing date for entries is Wednesday 15th March 2019.
Entry fees are:
Registration 8 am. Events start at 9am.
Competitors entered into wrong categories will be disqualified.
Notes for Individual Kata Events:
Hot and cold food and drinks will be on sale.
W.K.F. rules will apply.We reserve the right to alter the list of events, the rules of this competition and to amalgamate categories without notice.
All referees and judges must be qualified and insured.
Belts and Mitts:
Mouth guards, mitts, shin and foot guards, body protector are compulsory for all competitors, chest guard for female competitors 12+ are compulsory. Shin and foot guards for children under 10 to be worn at discretion of coach.
License & Insurance:
All competitors must produce a valid karate license and insurance when registering.
Contact Sensei Tommy Marrett with any queries:
IMPORTANT: By participating in this event all coaches, competitors and guardians agree to the following:
Transport links to Venue
Getting to Dundalk Institute of Technology
Buses travel on either daily or weekly schedules from all the main centres in the region. The main Bus Eireann station in Dundalk is approximately a 15 minute walk from the campus. Travelling to Dundalk Institute of Technology by plane, train, car or bus should be easy if you follow the steps in the information found here.
From The Airport
35-40 minute journey of approx 40 miles.
Buses Travel directly from Dublin Airport to Dundalk. Check out schedules on the Bus Eireann website link. There is also a 100X bus from the airport that stops right outside the college. Timetable http://www.buseireann.ie/timetables/1425901973-100X.pdf
Follow the M1, direction north towards Belfast. Take Exit 16 and follow the signs to Dundalk. Turn left at XEROX junction. DkIT is half a mile along on the right hand side. See here for more details and interactive journey planning.
Dundalk is served by the mainline train route between Belfast and Dublin. Trains run daily. Check out schedules on the Irish Rail Website link. http://www.irishrail.ie/ The Institute is a 25 minute walk from Dundalk's Clarke Train station.
There are regular bus services from all the main local and regional centres to Dundalk. The Institute is a 35 minute walk from Bus Eireann's main terminal in Dundalk town centre.